Estate Planning FAQs For LGBTQ+ Couples

Posted by Leslie M. Stovall, Esq. | Jun 29, 2023 | 0 Comments

Estate Planning FAQs For LGBTQ+ Couples As we are about to wrap up another Pride Month, the LGBTQ+ community faces an increasingly uncertain legal landscape. In the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, ending the recognition of a constitutional right to abortion, many are worried...


Posted by Unknown | Feb 10, 2023 | 0 Comments

During probate, the court supervises a number of different legal actions, all of which are aimed at finalizing your affairs and settling your estate. As your firm, one of our primary goals when creating your estate plan is to keep your family out of court and out of conflict no matter what happens to you. Yet, as you can see, if your family has to go through probate, your estate plan falls woefully short of that goal, leaving those you love most stuck in an unnecessary, expensive, time-consuming, and public court process.

Accidents Involving Children in Nevada

Posted by Unknown | Jan 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

Children are our world. When they are injured in an accident – something that could have been prevented but for the negligence of someone else – it is devastating. No one wants that to happen, but if it does, you deserve compensation to help your child recover as quickly as they can. At Stovall & Associates, our child injury lawyer in Nevada is here to provide support when needed and strong representation. We know your first priority is your child, and so we take these matters seriously. Contact us online or at 702-258-3034 to schedule a free initial consultation. We will discuss your case and outline your best legal options.

How does the injury legal process work?

Posted by Ross Moynihan, Esq. | Feb 18, 2022 | 0 Comments

If you are injured in a car accident that was not your fault, obtain the services of a lawyer who has experience in car accident personal injury cases. They will be able to help you prove the accident was the other driver's fault and assist you in gaining financial compensation. ...

What is the difference between a Revocable and Irrevocable Trust

Posted by Leslie M. Stovall, Esq. | Jan 14, 2022 | 0 Comments

While there are numerous different types of trusts available, when it comes to passing your home to your heirs, the two most commonly used trusts are a revocable living trust and an irrevocable trust. When using a revocable living trust, or living trust, you are free to change the trust’s terms or even terminate the trust completely at any point while you are living, thus the term “living” trust. You typically act as your own trustee during your lifetime. An irrevocable trust is (as the name implies), irrevocable. This means that the terms of the trust cannot be changed, and the trust cannot be terminated once it’s been executed. When you transfer assets into an irrevocable trust, you relinquish all ownership of the assets, and the trustee you have named takes total control of the assets transferred into the name of the trust.

Can I hire an injury lawyer if I got a ticket for a car accident?

Posted by Leslie M. Stovall, Esq. | Aug 17, 2021 | 0 Comments

Yes. But it depends if you are partially at fault or fully at fault for the accident. Even if you got a ticket you may not really be at fault or may only be partially at fault. The State of Nevada follows the modified comparative negligence standard. As long as you are found to be less than 50 percent at fault for an accident, hire a lawyer you can still collect compensation if you are injured. If you have been injured in a car accident and are questioning whether or not to hire a lawyer, please feel free to give us a call any time for a free case review

Let's talk Money (with our kids)!

Posted by Leslie M. Stovall, Esq. | Apr 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

In many families, money still is not a typical dinner table discussion, but we think it should be. Surprisingly, this is especially true when it comes to affluent parents. And, we hope to change it because one of the most important things you can do is talk to your kids (and your parents) about money.

Is Your Current Will legally Valid?

Posted by Leslie M. Stovall, Esq. | Apr 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

last will and testament can ensure your wishes are respected when you die. But if your will isn’t legally valid, those wishes might not actually be carried out, and instead the laws of “intestate succession” would apply, meaning that the state decides who gets your stuff, and it’s very likely not to be who you would choose. A will is a baseline foundation for any estate plan, but it might not be enough to protect your wishes. A will does not keep your assets out of court, and it does not operate in the event of your incapacity. A will alone does not ensure your loved one’s receive your assets protected from unnecessary conflict or creditors.

What exactly is estate planning?

Posted by Leslie M. Stovall, Esq. | Feb 04, 2021 | 0 Comments

ESTATE PLANNING is how your affairs will be managed in the event you are not around, either because of your death or incapacity. Do you honestly want to leave your loved ones to sort out your financial and medical affairs without your input? Worse yet, if you do not create your own estate plan th...

Do It Now: Name a Guardian for Your Minor Child(ren)

Posted by Leslie M. Stovall, Esq. | Aug 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

We know it’s not easy, but don’t let that stop you. We’re happy to talk this through with you and legally document your wishes. Know that you can change your mind and select a different guardian anytime you’d like. The chances of needing the guardian to actually step in are usually slim (we always hope this is the one nomination that’s never actually needed); but, you’re a parent and your job is to provide for and protect your children, so let’s do this. Call our office now for an appointment and we’ll get your children protected.

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